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    Quote Originally Posted by raziel90 View Post
    I tried 10533 but i got a fault for brake booster electrical problem. I only have an autoscan on swedish before abs swap but my old abs code was 0010538.
    Can You show us the fault?

    Your Swedish scan shows us coding 0002346, 0010538 would be same engine type with ACC enabled, but I believe that ABS 109T(SW0013) and AG(SW0015) may use different code part for same engine.
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    10538 and my old 2346 got rejected. 10533 is ok but i got a vacuum fault insted of control module not coded

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfi_vend View Post
    Can You show us the fault?

    Your Swedish scan shows us coding 0002346, 0010538 would be same engine type with ACC enabled, but I believe that ABS 109T(SW0013) and AG(SW0015) may use different code part for same engine.
    So it should be in the 10000 range?
    Last edited by raziel90; 08-07-2019 at 11:55 AM.

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    Hi guys,

    I don't have much to contribute but I came up with the same 03-ABS coding values:

    Original 8T2 = 092A | 0002346
    PR-8T5 CCS = 292A | 0010538
    PR-8T3 CCS = 692A | 0026922

    We don't have a single scan coded to 0010538 -or- 0026922 so I agree with golfi_vend meaning this exact engine/trans coding may not support either of the known ACC coding values.

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    I think this came from a passat with a cbbb engine but i will look and se if i can find my order.

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    Today i ordera a abs that ends with the letter R with same sw 0013 as my old one. It came from a 2009 passat cc cbbb automatic so i hope it will work

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    Sounds good. When it arrives I would plug it in and see if 0010538, 0026922 or the original coding of 0002346 are accepted. If it accepts several of those coding values it should be worthwhile to install it so you can complete Basic Settings and bleed the brakes.

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    P.S. We have notes on an entirely different car type in our coding chart that may apply. For example:

    78 = MY 2009: 2.0l TFSI CCTA [PR-TQ2] & 6-Speed Automatic [PR-G1A]
    but
    79 = MY 2009: 2.0l TFSI CCTA [PR-TQ2] & 6-Speed Automatic [PR-G1A] (with Replacement Control Module!)

    That's a NAR 2.0T Gas so you don't want those actual values. Instead, I'm thinking the pattern may be applicable.

    If so, the current module might accept a +1 version of the above. Try these bold options:

    Original 8T2 092A +1 in Byte 1 = 092B | 0002347
    PR-8T5 CCS = 292A +1 in Byte 1 = 292B | 0010539
    PR-8T3 CCS = 692A +1 in Byte 1 = 692B | 0026923

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    P.S. We have notes on an entirely different car type in our coding chart that may apply. For example:

    78 = MY 2009: 2.0l TFSI CCTA [PR-TQ2] & 6-Speed Automatic [PR-G1A]
    but
    79 = MY 2009: 2.0l TFSI CCTA [PR-TQ2] & 6-Speed Automatic [PR-G1A] (with Replacement Control Module!)

    That's a NAR 2.0T Gas so you don't want those actual values. Instead, I'm thinking the pattern may be applicable.

    If so, the current module might accept a +1 version of the above. Try these bold options:

    Original 8T2 092A +1 in Byte 1 = 092B | 0002347
    PR-8T5 CCS = 292A +1 in Byte 1 = 292B | 0010539
    PR-8T3 CCS = 692A +1 in Byte 1 = 692B | 0026923
    I wrote those codes but 10533 gave me the least fault codes. I order the abs but the scrapyard saw that it isn't from factory so they shipoed another one so i will get the right one next week

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    Meanwhile can some one tell me how to solve this fault
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